Phish, Widespread Panic, Jack Johnson and More Contribute to Colorado Farm Aid Benefit
Phish, Jack Johnson, The Avett Brothers, Wilco, The National, Widespread Panic, The String Cheese Incident and many more artists have contributed items for an online benefit to assist Colorado farms at The Lyons Farmette in Lyons, CO.
The top prize of the auction, which runs through January 17, is a dinner and beer pairing hosted by The Lyons Farmette and Oscar Blues Brewery to benefit farms devastated by the 2013 Colorado floods.
Additional artists contributing online items include numerous Relix stars like Portugal. The Man, Dr. Dog, The Head and The Heart, Yonder Mountain String Band, Trampled By Turtles, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Railroad Earth, Toro Y Moi, Of Monsters & Men, Andrew Bird, St. Vincent, Keller Williams, Ani DiFranco, Josh Ritter, Neko Case, ZZ Ward, Local Natives and Branford Marsalis.
Contributors need not attend the dinner in order to bid on items. Visit Colorado Farm Aid Benefit’s website for a full breakdown of all packages. The auction is currently underway. Watch the video below surveying the damage from the floods in the Colorado and the extensive rescue and repair process that is still undergoing.